Each cask has been selected and named by the Wemyss tasting panel, under the watchful eye of industry aficionado Charlie Maclean.
|Latest batch of Wemyss single cask bottlings includes|
a 1988 Invergrordon single grain
As per all Wemyss single cask bottlings, each whisky has been named after and inspired by its unique aromas and flavours.
The full cask list from the latest batch:
"Kirsch Gateau" 1988 single cask from Bunnahabhain Distillery
"Cacao Geyser" 1998 single cask from Bowmore Distillery
"Snuffed Candle" 1999 singe cask from Aberfeldy Distillery
"Dark Treacle Fondant" 2002 single cask from Craigellachie Distillery
"Honeysuckle Bower" 1995 single cask from Linkwood Distillery
"Caribbean Crème" 1988 single cask from Invergordon Distillery
Commenting on the latest batch of releases, William Wemyss, Founder and Managing Director at Wemyss Malts, said: “We are delighted to introduce another excellent selection of single casks, named as always by our hard-working and creative tasting panel. We've selected a Bunnahabhain sherry butt to be bottled at cask strength in this release named Kirsch Gateau after its rich mahogany colour and palate of tempting dark chocolate and liqueur soaked cherries."
The latest batch of Wemyss single cask’s, which are limited to only a few hundred bottles from each cask, will be available in the UK, Europe and key Asian markets, retailing for between £65-£130.
Source: Wemyss Malts